The WMU campus is made up of four predominant Residential Neighborhoods, comprised of a variety housing and dining options. Each Neighborhood has distinctive features with a combination of residence halls, apartments, dining facilities, academic services and cultural resources.
Living on campus is the best way for new and returning students to become engaged in college life, form diverse social networks, and participate in learning activities.
Residence halls support nearly 5,000 students who enjoy the friendships, living/learning focus, and diversity of campus life. Residents can take advantage of hall activities, leadership opportunities, staff available 24 hours, Dining halls and many additional conveniences.
Eligibility: Must be a WMU student enrolled in at least one credit hour.
Western View is the newest on-campus housing complex for upperclassmen and graduate students. Capacity is limited, so interested students are encouraged to begin the application process early.
Eligibility: Must be an upperclassman or graduate student enrolled in at least one credit hour.
WMU Apartments are conveniently located close to campus. Apartment rent includes most utilities, cable television services, and an apartment parking sticker. Furnished or unfurnished apartments are available at:
Eligibility: Must be a WMU student enrolled in at least one credit hour. Priority is given to families and upperclassmen.
Spindler Hall is one of WMU's original residence halls located on historic east campus. All 80 Spindler Hall rooms are furnished, and residents have access to community bathrooms, kitchens, and laundry facilities.
Eligibility: Spindler Hall is an independent housing facility for doctoral, graduate, senior, and non-traditional students at least 21 years of age.
Faunce Student Services Building